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    MarginSil
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    We were talking about the stimulus checks, and my coworker said she and her husband hadn't gotten them and probably wouldn't. I was confused and said something about how everyone who paid their taxes gets it. Then she said they were "behind" and hadn't paid their taxes in "awhile." Uhhh...

    This bothers me. I know what she makes and have an idea of what her husband makes, and their combined income is over $100k/year. They should be paying taxes. Apparently they haven't been caught yet somehow... Should I turn them in?


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    HakyRuvi
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    Re: My coworker admitted to not paying her taxes the last couple years. Should I turn her in?

    I don’t want to disappoint you. However, it seems impossible. The tax is an obligation; you can’t get it back, so I think calling and complaints won’t work



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    SallyMills
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    Re: My coworker admitted to not paying her taxes the last couple years. Should I turn her in?

    Wow, I would like to know how they’ve managed to do this. Extremely lucky or just too smart? I think you shouldn’t turn them in; you should better ask for advice, lol. I think it’s pretty possible if they run some business, somehow hidden. I wish I could do the same. Taxes and bills drive me crazy. I use paystub creator to track my money use better. I also have a loan depth, which is crucial for me; this service calculates everything, so I won’t miss a thing. It’s hard to understand how much I work to give a huge part for taxes, bills, and this credit. How do you deal with it, guys? Doesn’t it drive you crazy?
    Last edited by SallyMills; 08-10-2022 at 02:10 AM.



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    WaringsChovill
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    Re: My coworker admitted to not paying her taxes the last couple years. Should I turn her in?

    Of course not.
    Last edited by WaringsChovill; 08-30-2022 at 01:17 AM.



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    Aolorard
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    Re: My coworker admitted to not paying her taxes the last couple years. Should I turn her in?

    Often owners avoid paying tax because they do not understand the benefit and consider it an additional expense. But legally, renting an apartment still offers benefits, although not as obvious. It helps eliminate claims from neighbors, the Managing Company, and other unauthorized persons. Suppose any of them are suddenly unhappy that unauthorized people live in the apartment. In that case, you or the tenants can show the agreement and remove the question of how legally someone other than you lives here. So I would advise you to close this dangling tax issue, as you can get penalized further at the legislative level. I had the same thing happen when I could not fly to another country in quarantine. Fortunately, the current account, which I opened at one time at https://www.moneyunder30.com/best-bu...cking-accounts, had funds for such force majeure cases.



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